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Fossils of marine organisms, especially shellfish like clams and other molluscs, and sometimes fish, can be found in relatively high elevations in many places around the world...
...Now, to the ancients, fish and/or seashell fossils up in the hills and mountains naturally implied that water levels at some time in the past had to be that high. How else would those seashells get up there?
In the experience of the ancients, only a persistent, calamitous flood could account for such high water in a region that is otherwise largely desert, and where the nearest lakes and seas are far below the elevations where some of these fossils are found.
Originally posted by Sistinas
I think the land was once a seabed. When the shifting earth plates move they make mountains. One plate moves and the other plate moves the hit eachother and make mountains. This how they got these fossils so high up. This is what I learned in geology 101.